The industry understands that the best way to develop a diverse, inclusive workforce is by working directly with the schools preparing students for the workforce of tomorrow. To improve the pipeline of diverse candidates who participate in the industry, IA member companies have created internship, fellowship, and other educational programs specifically for students from underrepresented backgrounds.
Airbnb is giving mid-career individuals the tools they need to start a new career in the tech industry.
Amazon’s comprehensive educational outreach supports K-12 learning, higher education, and students from underrepresented backgrounds.
Facebook University’s 8-week immersive program allows interns to explore analytics, engineering, and product design.
Google’s BOLD program hosts rising senior undergraduate students from historically underrepresented backgrounds.
Twitter Academy helps second-year computer science students from underrepresented backgrounds gain hands-on experience in tech.
This one-year apprentice program gives individuals from non-traditional backgrounds the opportunity to complete a one-year rotation cycle with full benefits.
Discord is launching an internship program in 2021 with the intention of training the next generation of tech leaders.
Dropbox Launch provides a 12-week internship experience to underrepresented students while simultaneously pairing each student with a dedicated mentor.
IAC’s fellowship program is designed for undergraduates who are pioneering change and diversity in the tech industry.
Lyft’s ETA program is a comprehensive approach to growing students, graduates and young professionals into the tech leaders of tomorrow.
Pinterest apprenticeships provide unique career development opportunities to students from a variety of educational and diverse backgrounds.
Snap recruits interns from around the globe to collaborate, learn and create.